Nitre Hall is a 19th-century building in Havertown, Pennsylvania. Built shortly after 1800 on the banks of Cobbs Creek, the hall was the residence of the master of the Nitre Hall Powder Mills, which has long since been torn down. With the ground floor reserved for custodians, the upper two floors are decorated in Empire and Victorian style. The top floor contains various temporary exhibits and the educational Colonial Living Experience. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Nitre Hall is near Lawrence Cabin, another historic building.
Nitre Hall is open to the public May through October, in December for special events, and by appointment for a nominal admission charge, according to the Haverford Township Historical Society.
The building's main use is probably school and group field trips; tourist attraction outside of that is minimal. The historical society puts on a "day in the life" show for the township's 5th graders.